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To add to the FAQ’s speak to one of the Hockey Makers at the Info Stations.

What drinks can I bring to the event?

You are able to bring up to 500ml of fluids in to the Arena in a plastic bottle. You will be asked to taste the fluid as you go through security. If you have a family, you will be able to bring in 500ml per person.

There are numerous water fountains situated across both the Arena and Fan Central and the water from taps in the toilet blocks in the Arena is also drinkable.

Please be aware that during breaks in the games, their can be queues at the fountains.

Where are the baby changing facilities at Fan Central?

The disabled toilet in the toilet block to the west of Fan Central has baby change facilities

How do people access the 'buggy service'?

The golf buggies are able to support people with mobility issues to transport them to the accessible shuttle service from the Info Station in the Arena.

To call a ‘buggy’, use the radio on channel 8 to call ‘Last Mile 1’ to request the service.

How can I watch the VHWWC?

BT Sport is the broadcasting partner for the Vitality Hockey Women’t World Cup. All the information about their coverage can be found here.

In addition, you can listen to live commentary England’s games on BBC 5 Live Sports Extra.

England’s remaining pool games are Wednesday 25th July at 8pm vs USA and Sunday 29th July at 7pm vs Ireland.

Can I leave the Arena between games during a session?

There is an exit next to the Info Station where a security guard will issue you with a wristband. You do have to go back through the security and ticket gates to return to the stadium.